“Fake news”, like “Russian aggression”, is one of those terms I hear thrown around often but never adequately defined. In this post, I appraise one “fake news” argument.
Where do I read my news?
Why does reading so often feel like a chore nowadays?
In the eyes of a broke student, all free resources are equal…but to the broke and critical student, some resources may be more equal than others.
The keyed virus unit’s Russian Studies, Media/Journalism, and Public Policy departments will be hosting a lecture tomorrow: Adrian Chen, staff writer at The New Yorker, and Jonathan Katz, Director of the FHI Media & Journalism Initiative, will lead a discussion about “how a ‘post-truth’ world affects the consumption and production of news.” … I love studying at the …
Well, we’ve made it. Today officially marks one year since I stepped into the line of fire.
The time may yet come when Russia will be studied not as a threat, but as a country with all the complexity of its problems, aspirations, failures, and accomplishments. I want to be there when that time arrives. Better yet, I want to help bring it about. For that, there’s a long way forward.